Ive been away from the studio the past few weeks on vacation and have not got back into the learning curve again...shortly though, however I do feel that I will work with Live and Logic together via rewire....this is cool. I will say having worked with audio in Logic forever its strange in Live because it wants to take over and turn your music into neat packages of perfect timed audio which could be useful but I work very loosely when writing music and live's constraints Im not sure about. If I was just recording audio from external synths as I do in logic, Live would not be a good option for me, logic is better at audio or I should say I like the way Logic handles audio better.
The really mysterious part of Live is the Session window....I quiet like not see the audio or midi scrolling by. It becomes sort of a palette of sounds to be triggered and this I feel will be the exciting part of working in live.
While on vacation I had my iPad with me and from time to time created a Scape in Eno's App and it occurred to me that the way Scape triggers sounds could be a good way to work in Live Sesson via a Push or Launch Pad with you the musician as the random element. Nothing new Im sure but from an ambient perspective it makes sense and the level of surprise....those sonic accidents that are so sweet. I think what I described would be a great way to perform "live" with Live.
Also the soft synths and sampler synths in Live 9 suite are quite extraordinary which I realize you wont have in Live intro, well maybe some.
Load it up Pete....try it on for size. It could be another way to work or an addition to your work flow in place.
Heres a little video of Christopher Willets talking about Push....something that makes me excited about Live. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEkHpMla8EI